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Spreading The Werd with Biff Sweetwater

Spreading The Werd with Biff Sweetwater has evolved into several podcasts all under the same umbrella. Originally an interview/sketch comedy podcast featuring a parody of Coast 2 Coast AM, a former African child soldier, a woman that used to be a man, bands, actors, authors, comedians and more things & stuff.

Here you can find classic old time radio shows released every week on Biff's Mystery Theatre.

Biff & his co-host Taylor aka Doctor Milne did the short lived Gotham City Podcast Dudes or GCPDudes, where they review episodes of the tv series Gotham.

The latest podcast to join the Sweetwater podcast family is Hypothetical Homicide, where each episode guests discuss how they would murder Biff in order to fulfill a contract Dolph Lundgren has set up, as well as, ponder murders from all space & time in general.

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Mar 29, 2017

In the pilot episode for Hypothetical Homicide guest Taylor Milne joins Biff as they navigate the murky waters of murder and travel the difficult path of death. By the end of this episode the main theme of the podcast emerges.

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Mar 27, 2017

The best of old time radio shows, Suspense, returns this week with 3 more thrilling tales that will leave you on the edge of your seat.

Mar 23, 2017

Captain Carney continues to sail the seven seas in Red Beard and the Bag of Pearls, The 15th Lama and The Wise Guy From The East & Hattie McCormick and The Patient Stowaway.

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Mar 14, 2017

More of The Line Up this week. Each case based on a real crime. The real winning element of the show is the characters brought on for the line up at the beginning.

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Mar 5, 2017

Ambrose Bierce is one of my favourite short story writers. He's best known for his story An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge. He may have become even more famous if not for his disappearance in 1913 when he went to Mexico to cover the war and was never seen again. His last known location was around Chihuahua, Mexico....